Torre do Relógio da Horta

Bell Tower that belonged to the primitive Church of Horta. The clock tower was not part of the original set of the Church, but have been built in the early 18TH century. The Church, on your lathe, suffered many calamities since its construction and was demolished in 1825. Have quadrangular, three storeys and is built essentially on stone masonry plastered and painted white. Includes a clock with dial in each of the four sides, under the spans of bells.


Rua de São João


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